Scientists Now Believe Black Holes Could Be Portals to Other Galaxies
Scientists now believe that black holes could be portals to other galaxies
In 2014, in the epic sci-fi interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s group of scary scientists, representing the collapsed remains of NASA, develop a plan to protect the Earth from the collapse of the environment by turning it into a potentially habitable planet in search of a distant galaxy. You get there by traveling through a wormhole and using the gravitational speed of a huge black hole.
Although it has been a recurring theme in science fiction for decades, a black hole has never been considered a possible form of space travel because scientists have always thought that the mysterious tidal forces on the horizon of events penetrated everything he dared and destroyed it.
Scientists are now saying that new simulation models suggest that a rotating black hole with a unique “mass inflation singularity” is actually a safe passage for another part of the galaxy – or another galaxy as a whole .
Physics team UMass Dartmouth and Georgia Gwinnett College says their simulations show that the singularity at the center of a large black hole in rotation could actually allow a “smooth” passage through the space-time cracks.
The physicist Gaurav Khanna, his colleague Lior Burko and his student Caroline Mallary were inspired by the film Interstellar to check if his central character, Cooper, played by Matthew McConaughey, was theoretically relegated to the fictitious black hole of the film, Gargantua, could have survived.
Mallary built a computer simulation that examined physics and concluded:
“The effects of singularity in the context of a rotating black hole would lead to increasingly rapid cycles of stretching and compression on the spacecraft, but for very large black holes like Gargantua, the strength of this effect The spacecraft and all the people on board would not recognize it. ”
Scientific speculations on the exotic properties of black holes have increased in recent years. A 2016 study examined the possibility of five-dimensional black holes in the form of rings violating the laws of physics, including Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Another article suggested that the deposit of black holes mattered in the distant future.
Realistically, we will probably know nothing essential about the logistics with which we travel the stars through the black holes of our lives. People are still trying to visit the next planet in our solar system, and the next black hole, Sagittarius A *, hiding at 27,000 light-years away from the center of the Milky Way, can not even be reached at a distance for centuries, even decades of propulsion technology. Implementation.
In our lifetime, however, we may be able to learn more about the functioning of quantum gravity in black holes – supported by new advanced telescopes and new research methods – that could help us understand if moving in the hyperspace of a black hole is physically possible. And although we can not, there may be others in the universe.